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How are regulatory changes impacting the future of this segment? What are the latest technological developments driven by digital transformation? What are the key growth predictions for industrial and municipal segments? Which sustainable initiatives are adopted by leading participants?
How are changing customer needs paving the way for sophisticated FM value propositions? How is Big Data Analytics improving building maintenance? How is the emergence of smart buildings creating revenue models for service providers? Which are the key regions leading in terms of growth?
Analyze how the increasing demand for clean energy solutions and the diversification of oil & gas companies are accelerating the investment prospects for this industry. Also, explore the impact of decentralization and decarbonization on energy transition, along with new business models for utilities.
The Sheconomy impacts almost every economic sector because a more significant proportion of highly educated women are joining the global workforce every year. With the increase in spending power, women are propelling economic activity from both ends—accelerating growth as a workforce and featuring as promising retail consumers. However, this female-powered economy is more than a mega trend for leveraging the economy. It is a massive force that addresses the inequalities women have faced at home, in society, and in their workplaces for generations.
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As the impact of climate change becomes profound, sustainability is taking center stage in the policies and programs of governments and corporates around the world. There is an imminent need for balancing the growth and the resultant impact on the environment. Many governments have already pledged to become carbon neutral over the next few decades.
Against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine, we are witnessing disruption to the natural gas market. We are already seeing greater demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargoes, as European nations look to diversify supply, and we are starting to see disruptions to Russian supply into Europe.
Recently, Frost & Sullivan assessed the global advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) industry and, based on its findings, recognizes Landis+Gyr (SIX: LAND) with the 2022 Global AMI Company of the Year Award. The company develops products and solutions that match current market needs and anticipate future customer requirements. The impactful products cater to specific regional market needs, requirements, and trends, enhancing customer value multi-fold.
The European Parliament has voted to set a 100% reduction target in vehicular CO2 emissions from 2035 onward, accelerating the shift from combustion engines to electric vehicles. The vote will force original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to find technological solutions fast. Solutions could range from electric to hydrogen vehicles to become fully sustainable.
According to Frost & Sullivan’s new analysis, the increasing focus on enhancing resource efficiency and overall system resilience is driving demand for digital water solutions. In addition, emerging digital solutions such as digital twins (DT) that focus on networks and treatment facilities are expected to witness high double-digit growth in the next five years. Due to their potential to unlock new levels of resource efficiency, digital water solutions are likely to grow from $27.10 billion in 2021 to $63.02 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 23.5%.
Frost & Sullivan’s recent analysis of the global oil & gas automation market finds that digital transformation is occurring on a massive scale due to the need for increased efficiency, safety and sustainability. New disruptive technologies, including artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT), are already in use and driving digital trends across the industry.Read more